Team: Monument Point Fellowship
Today is our last full day of working at the Center and I always find it interesting that we all are hitting our stride, as if we’ve been here for weeks. We know the children’s personalities better and feel more comfortable with the routines and more useful to the nannies. On the flip side it is also bittersweet – we are longing to see our families, return to our routines and our beds!
God continues to direct, guide, and protect us as we follow his call to obediently serve the children, workers, and each other at the Center. This morning we had a beautiful time praying over the interns. They have 3 more weeks of working and many, many more volunteers to arrive in the days to come to lead and work alongside.
There continues to be improvements made to the Center. Currently, there are about 50 workers digging in the clay-like earth to add new sewer systems. We are praying for them in this very
We continue to be amazed and grateful for what God is doing during our time here. There are new friendships being formed, old ones becoming closer, and much love and compassion being shared. As a result, the children thrive. When I arrived in the canary room this morning an infant had discovered his feet and was playing with them! Another little girl, who had been here a week when we arrived and constantly whimpering and wanting to stay in her crib, is now engaged in activities and interacts with others.
I am grateful for this day and for the abundance of love and compassion that God has given me for the children and nannies. To God be the Glory!